Relix reviews " PULSE "cd  
   RELIX MAGAZINE -- Guitarist Jim Weider is known for many things including his work with The Band and his uncanny ability to find the perfect guitar sound that has earned him the nickname “King of Tone,” but progressive composer and jam band leader are new entries on the master axeman’s resume.
Weider’s latest release with his Project Percolator unit, Pulse, shows his skills as a composer and band leader are on par with his skills as a player. The album contains 11 high-energy compositions on which Weider is backed by groove-rock veterans Rodney Holmes(Drums), Mitch Stein (Guitar) and Steve Lucas (Bass) who each push each other with brilliant results. The action starts early with the ripping “Squirrels in Paris” and doesn’t let down in intensity through the two-track “Two Worlds” epic that ends the disc.

Scott Bernstein


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